When we last left Lego Marvel Super Heroes, the Avengers, X-Men and Fantastic Four had banded together to gather the cosmic doohickeys needed to finish story mode and get to the exciting free-roaming bits. Four years later, the X-Men and Fantastic Four are gone, but everything else is pretty much the same.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is going to be all over the place. And time, for that matter. The Gamescom trailer for November’s sequel takes us on a tour of the game’s locales, from the Old West to New York City (regular and noir version), Asgard to Nowhere.
Here’s the time-twisting first trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2. Looks like temporal super villain Kang is doing something that’ll let us play with characters from throughout Marvel Comics’ entire timeline. Doesn’t seem like such a bad guy, that Kang.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is coming. A teaser trailer for the latest all-star Lego Marvel game popped up on Facebook, giving us a brief glimpse of baby Groot and Doctor Strange, suggesting another game rooted in the cinematic universe. Look for more come May 23.
Giant Man helps Iron Man and Captain America work out their issues with fighting in the recently-released Captain America: Civil War LEGO sets. Tune in this coming weekend for a more in-depth look at them via the latest episode of Toy Time.
I was a little worried about how a LEGO game mainly based on the Avengers film franchise would compare to the captivating open-world exploration of LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. Looks like I worried over nothing—LEGO Avengers has all of that and more.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes contains all sorts of great cameos. It also includes a Mario Kart joke, made by the Human Torch, right before you go to Thor's home realm of Asgard where they've got a rainbow bridge.
What took so long? I'm not talking about a LEGO Marvel game. LEGO getting the Marvel license is a relatively new development, all things considered. They announced it in 2011, video game in 2013 — that's fairly quick turnaround for a game as massive in scope as LEGO Marvel Super Heroes.
The only thing that could possibly be better than a completely LEGO-ized version of the upcoming Thor movie sequel, is a version of Thor: The Dark World where everyone is LEGO except Tom Hiddleston's Loki.
No one likes to think about it but there will be a day when Stan Lee’s cameos will end. He may be an indefatigable 90-year-old but the co-creator of The Fantastic Four, Hulk and Spider-Man is still only human. But, in the upcoming Lego Marvel Super-Heroes video game, Stan Lee is pretty much omnipotent.
Stan "The Man" Lee might just be a walk-on in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes but, boy, he gets to rock on with unimaginable power. It's like Molecule Man and the Beyonder had a baby, and that baby was Mimic but looked like Stan Lee. I could have explained that better.
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes reveals its ultimate villain, and we are all acting surprised. I gasped audibly. We did not see this coming. Well, we did see it coming. We just didn't know it would be so freaky.
Because depicting the Hulk, Rhino, Kingpin, the Blob and Colossus as regulation LEGO minifigs looks silly, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes uses LEGO Big Figures. Hmph.
LEGO was born in Denmark, the home of the Vikings, so building the realm of the Norse gods in LEGO Marvel Super Heroes using the country's number one export just makes sense.
You know, the Devourer of Worlds loses a lot of his menace when you can take him out with Rocket Raccoon, Jill Valentine and Chun-Li. His once-menacing silhouette appears towards the end of this CG teaser trailer for LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, coming this fall to all platforms that would have it.
News broke this week that Warner Bros.' game division has been working on a new game based on Marvel Comics character. This Game Informer video offers a first look at the game and mentions that the game's big bad will be Galactus. According to coverage in Game Informer's print magazine, you'll be doing all your…